After finishing watching the TV-series, I felt empty and wanted more of Angel and his crew. There were so many loose ends, so many losses, and so many questions. The last season was intense in so many ways. Continue reading →
I decided to listen to the audiobook when I saw that Sidney Poitier himself was narrating it. I went into this book not knowing much about Poitier. I was curious about him and his life in Hollywood. Continue reading →
Ru by Kim Thúy is beautifully written, almost poetic. Reading this book is like taking a journey through somebody else’s painful and sometimes funny memories. You can sense deep wounds between the lines in this thin little book. There is so much pain hidden between the lines. Continue reading →
Original book title: The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials series #1) Author: Philip Pullman Publisher: Rabén & Sjögren Year of publication: 2007 Format: Audiobook Duration:15 h 59 min Language:Swedish
I was around 14 years old when I read this book for the first time and reading it now, over 15 years later I can’t help but love this book even more. It’s just as good as I remembered it. Continue reading →
After hearing so much about this book I knew I had to read it. Not knowing much about the plot or the author I went into this book with hardly any expectations, except pure curiosity. Continue reading →
I’m a big fan of Lauren Oliver and I really loved Before I Fall. I’ve heard so much about this trilogy and I had to read it.
This is the first book in the Delirium series. Oliver has created a dystopian world where love is a disease and people need to be cured of it. The main character, Lena can’t wait to be cured and counts down the days. But then she meets Alex and nothing is ever the same again. Continue reading →